Technology designed to be as limitless as a child’s imagination.

The power and flexibility of iPad gives students the freedom to explore and express new ideas whenever and wherever inspiration strikes. Mac has the power to bring their biggest ideas to life. And built-in apps and intuitive software create an incredibly personal learning experience for each student — one that can be as unique as they are.

iPadThe perfect computer for learning looks nothing like a computer.

iPad is designed for complete freedom of expression and freedom of movement. With amazing apps and advanced built‑in technologies, iPad can be anything students want to be, and it has the power to create anything students dream up. Yet it’s so intuitive, they can immediately take an idea and run with it.

For a more powerful and productive iPad. Built on the same foundation as iOS, iPad has become a truly distinct experience. With powerful apps designed for the large Multi-Touch display. A desktop-class browsing experience in Safari on iPad, so web apps work exactly as youʼre used to. The new multitasking menu lets you create a full-screen, Slide Over or centre window, so you can work on multiple apps at the same time. You can also create Split View spaces on one screen with the new App Switcher with just a tap. And with Focus, students can now stay in the moment when they need to concentrate or step away from homework or a project.

Loaded with advanced technology, but so easy to pick up.

Multi-TouchIt works the way kids think.

From the moment students pick up an iPad, they’re ready to make things happen by tapping, swiping, dragging and dropping. Straight away, they know how to move text, photos and documents around like experts, whether they’re just learning how to spell or plotting trig functions. Multi‑Touch is a profoundly immersive and responsive experience that gets students of all learning styles fully engaged in what they’re doing. And in what you’re teaching.

AccessibilityBuilt to make every student powerful.

Like all our products, iPad is designed with a wide range of features to empower all students. Speak Screen enhances reading with audio. VoiceOver, for students who are blind or have low vision, describes exactly what’s happening on your device. Guided Access and Safari Reader help students stay focused. And now Magnifier works with Split View so you can magnify an object on one side of your screen and take notes on the other.

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  • Vision
  • Mobility
  • Hearing
  • Cognitive

The power to do anything. And everything.

PerformanceDoes what you’d expect only a desktop could do.

As soon as you hand out an iPad, you’re putting incredible power in your students’ hands. They can edit a 4K video between classes. Build a 3D model of a steam engine. Or conduct a virtual orchestra to create the soundtrack for a presentation on classical music. And the new iPad with iPadOS 14 brings even more power, versatility and support for Apple Pencil.

ProductivityWork in more than one app. At once. Edit with the touch of a finger.

Learning doesn’t always happen one app at a time. iPadOS expands the versatility of iPad with new ways to multitask and work with apps in multiple windows. Students can write a book report in Pages while referencing the novel in Books, keeping both apps active in Split View. Or they can research the life cycle of butterflies in Safari while sketching the larval stage in Keynote. Slide Over keeps all the apps they need at the ready. They can use the Dock to pull up favourite and recently used apps and projects, and switch between them on the fly. Drag and Drop lets students easily move content from one app to another. And intuitive gestures make easy work of editing your work — with just your fingers.

SafariWeb apps like you’re used to.

Browsing the internet on iPad is so immersive it’s like holding the web in your hands. Safari can now even translate websites in seven different languages (Beta). And powerful features make Safari on iPadOS a desktop‑class browsing experience. Enjoy the desktop version of websites like Google Docs and WordPress on your iPad exactly as you’re used to. And the Download Manager lets you see and manage your downloaded files.

Augmented reality.Teach them about the world. By changing how they see it.

Augmented reality on iPad can transform how students learn about and connect with the world around them. Turn your classroom into the cosmos. Make history as vivid as the present by restoring ancient artefacts. Or even peer inside everyday objects to understand how they’re put together. iPad is built to move and packed with advanced technologies like accelerometers, powerful cameras, and an operating system designed with AR specifically in mind. All together, it creates an experience that’s simply not possible on other platforms.

Sketch a thought, type out a verse or capture a scene.

Apple PencilFor free-flowing notes, ideas or masterpieces.

Though it feels familiar, Apple Pencil opens up an entirely new way to use iPad.1 It puts an incredible selection of tools and effects in a single instrument. And with iPadOS, Apple Pencil feels even more like writing on paper. So it’s perfect for taking notes, capturing observations during an excursion, shading detailed illustrations, marking up documents and web pages, and anything else students or teachers need to do. With Scribble, students can write classroom notes that automatically convert to text, scratch out a word to erase it, or circle to copy or move it.

Apple Pencil can be a pen, a paintbrush, a pastel stick and more. And its sophisticated pressure and tilt sensors can achieve all the same subtle effects. Lightning‑fast responsiveness creates a smooth and natural experience. So students can do everything from calligraphy to technical drawing, smudging to erasing, watercolour to oil painting — as if they were doing them all on real paper, but with capabilities that go far beyond the real thing. Students can even draw geometrically perfect shapes with a slight pause at the end of their drawing.

Powerful Apple Pencil capabilities make it easy for students to write or draw in any Pages, Numbers or Keynote document. Handwritten notes can be selected, copied and pasted just like typed text. And teachers can instantly add their own notes to those documents, along with PDFs, photos, web pages and more.

CamerasTake in the world.

In more ways than one.

On a single device, students can capture a moment, an inspiration or a scene, and immediately start working with it. Whether that’s filming an assembly for the school website, or editing a documentary for a history project. And the FaceTime camera makes it easy to communicate and collaborate with others.

KeyboardsFor those who need to feel every keystroke and command.

The onscreen keyboard is always there for responding to email or taking a quick note. You can also use a physical keyboard if you want one.1 And with iPadOS, there are more ways to use both however you want.

Designed to go wherever ideas lead.

DesignBuilt to move.

And to be handled.

iPad is incredibly thin and weighs less than 500 grams, so it’s light enough to move about the classroom or take on any adventure outside school. And it’s as durable as it is portable, with an aluminium unibody construction to withstand true hands‑on learning.

BatteryFrom roll call straight through to homework.

With up to 10 hours of battery life2, iPad lets students be productive and creative throughout the school day. So they can go from doing their own field research to drafting their final project to handing it in — without having to stop to recharge.

Wi-FiUntethered creativity.

Superfast 802.11ac Wi‑Fi means students can stay connected to their assignments and projects, no matter which classroom they’re in. They can browse websites as soon as teachers share them, stream a video lecture uninterrupted, collaborate on documents and hand in even the most media‑rich projects instantly.

iCloud and FilesPlenty of space for students to think big.

iCloud safely stores all of a student’s documents and projects, keeping them up to date, secure and accessible from any device. And any teacher or student with a Managed Apple ID gets 200GB of free iCloud storage. It’s fast and easy to work with others in your school too. Just send a private link and they’ll get instant access to the folders and files you’ve chosen to share.

iPadOS gives you powerful ways to view and work on files. The Files app keeps all your work organised and easy to find in one place — whether it’s stored in the Cloud, on your iPad or even on a USB drive — so students can grab their files from anywhere. iPadOS lets you take quick actions like marking up and rotating files, and compressing and uncompressing ZIP archives.

The magic of iPad is that you can make it anything you need it to be.

With apps, iPad can be a laboratory, a movie studio, a time machine, even a spaceship. From free Apple-designed apps for doing and creating to the thousands of apps in the App Store designed specifically for learning, no matter the topic or the task at hand, there’s an app to make it even more engaging.

Built-in AppsReady to create.

From the word go.

iPad comes packed with a collection of apps designed by Apple to take full advantage of advanced technologies like the Multi‑Touch display, Camera and accelerometer. iMovie brings the power of moving images to storytelling. GarageBand lets any student be in a band, even if they’ve never played an instrument. And Pages can transform written reports into interactive digital books complete with photos and illustrations.

Apps for EducationA world of apps for discovery, exploration and creation.

The App Store has thousands more iPad apps from education software developers. Students can discover how their world is made by touching, stretching and twisting molecules, or make a digital virtual creation and add it to the real‑world environment with augmented reality. Apps and services like Google Docs, Google Drive, Microsoft Office and Dropbox work on iPad too.

  • AR Makr
  • Canvas Student
  • GeoGebra 3D Calculator
  • IXL
  • Lexia Core5 Reading
  • Minecraft Education Edition
  • Molecules by Theodore Gray
  • Plantale

Tools for TeachingApps that help you put the power of technology to work. In and out of

We’ve developed tools to make it easy for you to guide how your students use devices and apps in the classroom, and to provide valuable insight into each student’s progress. So you can focus on what’s most important: teaching.

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Classwork is an iPad app that lets you easily assign anything from worksheets to activities in educational apps; follow each student’s progress; and collaborate with students in real time.
The Classroom app is a versatile teaching assistant that lets you take charge of every iPad and Mac for instruction in the classroom and remotely, to keep students on track.

More for TeachersInspiration to help you inspire.

We’ve designed programs to help teachers learn from one another, professional learning resources to build skills and confidence with iPad and Mac, and initiatives to recognise pioneers in education. All to empower you to be the best teacher you can be.

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Testing and assessments.

iPad aces those too.

iPad is a powerful tool for daily learning and formative assessment. With Automatic Assessment Configuration in iOS 9.3.2 and later, iPad can seamlessly invoke the device restrictions necessary for secure testing, requiring no device supervision or mobile device management administration. iPad is a fully supported platform for online summative assessments, including NAPLAN Online.

MacPower to make big things happen.

Mac has been empowering the world’s leading engineers, artists, scientists, designers and musicians for decades. And it’s been doing the same for students too. Now, powered by the Apple M1 chip along with macOS Big Sur, Mac brings higher-performance graphics and processors, a silent fanless design, advanced storage and memory, and a breathtaking Retina display designed to give teachers and students the power to create amazing things.

For a more powerful and productive Mac. macOS brings a truly distinct experience designed just for the capabilities of Mac. With macOS Monterey, itʼs even easier for teachers and students to stay focused on their content and interact with apps. Content can be projected to Mac through an iPad, iPhone or another Mac device through AirPlay, enhancing collaboration. New Live Text enables Mac to leverage text or other information from an image for easy search and sharing.

Big on performance. Light in the backpack.

PerformanceDesktop power. Desk optional.

M1, M1 Pro and M1 Max brings incredible performance, customised technologies and industry-leading power efficiency to the Mac. They feature up to a 10-core CPU for leaps in processor performance, up to a 32-core GPU for stunning graphics performance and a 16-core Neural Engine for powerful machine learning (ML) performance. And all that power is encased in an incredibly thin and light design, so students and teachers can get work done almost anywhere.

Speed and ResponsivenessWakes instantly.

macOS Big Sur is engineered, down to its core, to take full advantage of all the capability and power of M1. Waking from sleep happens in an instant, launching apps is lightning-fast, and the whole system is snappy and smooth, giving students and teachers instant access to their work — no waiting required.

BatteryAll-day battery life.

Mac puts unprecedented performance into an impossibly thin design, yet still provides all-day battery life up to 18 hours — the longest battery life ever.2 So teachers and students are free to keep building, designing, developing or composing, without being tethered to the closest power point.

Keyboard and TrackpadFor extra precision.

The full-sized backlit Magic Keyboard features ambient light sensors for incredibly comfortable and precise typing for writing and coding. Unlike other notebooks, the spacious Force Touch trackpad on a Mac lets you click anywhere. And it knows what you want it to do based on intuitive gestures like pinch-to-zoom and subtle differences in pressure.

Apps to get students started. And apps to take them further.

Every Mac comes with powerful apps for productivity and creativity built in. And with the power of M1, you can use your favourite iPhone and iPad apps directly on macOS Big Sur — giving you access to the biggest collection of apps ever for Mac. With Rosetta 2, you can run apps that haven’t yet transitioned to universal versions, and experience even better performance with graphically demanding apps that students need to be creative, collaborative and productive.

Professional AppsTurn a passion project into a full‑on production.

Mac gives students more opportunities to grow professional skill sets. Apple‑designed apps like Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro are great for video editors and musicians. And qualifying institutions can get them at a special price. For coders, there’s Xcode for building their very own apps. And third‑party apps like Microsoft 365, Photoshop and AutoCAD work beautifully on Mac too.

  • Final Cut Pro
  • Logic Pro
  • Photoshop
  • Microsoft Office 365
  • AutoCAD

Built-in AppsReady to craft, calculate, communicate or illustrate.

Every Mac comes ready to create with Pages, Numbers, Keynote, iMovie, GarageBand and Photos. Book reports and essays look stunning. Spreadsheets become canvases for visualising data. Students have a creative studio to explore and present any idea. And teachers have everything they need to craft compelling assignments and beautiful materials.

  • Pages
  • Numbers
  • Keynote
  • iMovie
  • Photos
  • GarageBand

Thousands more options to explore.

M1 and macOS Big Sur enable access to iPhone and iPad apps, making it easier to browse and discover thousands more apps from education software developers, so students and teachers can dive deeper into almost any subject.

Run with ideas across all devices.

Mac does a lot. And when students use it with other Apple devices, it does even more. They can snap a photo on their iPhone or start an idea on an iPad, and pick it up on a Mac to make it even richer. iCloud safely stores all their documents, apps and projects, keeping them up to date, secure and accessible from any authorised Apple device.

Apple TVIt makes big ideas huge.

When you connect Apple TV to your HDTV or projector, you introduce a new way of working together with your students. Take them through a lesson while freely moving about the classroom to provide individual support. Or encourage a student to share their work, which they can do instantly from their own iPad or Mac.

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More for TeachersGreat teachers never stop learning. And we fully support that.

Apple Teacher

Apple Teacher is a free, self-paced professional learning program. Build skills on iPad and Mac that directly apply to activities with your students, and earn recognition for what you learn.

Learn more about the Apple Teacher program

Teacher Resources

Get tutorials and lesson ideas, and join conversations with fellow teachers about how to use iPad and Mac to inspire creativity and enhance learning.

Learn more about the Apple-provided Teacher Resources